We know the scale of our ambition and defined 4 key focus areas to help us get there. It considers where we are today and allows us to build a roadmap for where to go next. 

1. Using data in health to benefit society

We are searching for solutions to mitigate risks and guarantee benefits of sharing health data are for the people

Data ownership needs to belong to the patient. Where the patient owns the records. We need to remember that data comes from the Latin word giving. Data is not given, it is stolen. We should not talk of data, we should talk of stolen information

Marcel LeviFT Future Health Conference

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Estonia, the Digital Republic

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Estonia, the Digital Republic, New Yorker Article summary: Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future? Estonia is entrusting terabytes…

The booming mobile economy tranforming Sub-Saharan Africa

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Article summary: Sub-Saharan Africa had 300 mobile internet and 778 cellular subscriptions per 1,000 people in 2017. However, there is a significant gap between subscriptions and unique users, particularly for…

2. Finding inclusive health financing models

We rethink traditional financing models to make access to quality health care more inclusive

Financial inclusion is not a goal in itself, it's all about achieving developmental outcomes

Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the NetherlandsFT Future Health Conference

Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, FT Future Health Conference

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A call for a new era of development cooperation

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Our Principal Associate Jonathan Glennie launched his latest paper titled Global Public Investment during the UN General Assembly (UNGA). In it he provides a vision of a renewed and revamped…
Data and health

Estonia, the Digital Republic

Estonia, the Digital Republic, New Yorker Article summary: Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future? Estonia is entrusting terabytes…
Data and health

The booming mobile economy tranforming Sub-Saharan Africa

Article summary: Sub-Saharan Africa had 300 mobile internet and 778 cellular subscriptions per 1,000 people in 2017. However, there is a significant gap between subscriptions and unique users, particularly for…
Data and health

Soshana Zuboff on Surveillance Capitalism

Soshana Zuboff on Surveillance Capitalism In her book The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, scholar and sociologist Shoshana Zuboff posits a detailed examination of the unprecedented power of surveillance capitalism, by…

3. Encouraging community development and engagement

Understand behaviors and experiment with interventions that encourage people to lead healthier lives

Partner spotlight: Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH)

A collaboration between JLI and behavioral scientists from the Center for Advanced Hindsight under supervision of behavioral economist Dan Ariely – Research into decision making and how to improve this in light of health management.

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RIVM and GGD launch a large-scale study on behavior, psychology and health in the Netherlands.

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RIVM  National Institute for Public Health and the Environment and GGD GHOR (the Netherlands Municipal Public Health Services and Medical Assistance in Accidents and Disasters)  are conducting a large-scale study on behaviors…

A message from Dr Christoph Benn on World AIDS Day 2020

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World AIDS Day has been commemorated on December 1 since 1988 but this year is clearly a very special occasion given the dual pandemics of HIV and Sars-CoV-2. UNAIDS has…

4. Facilitating Health Diplomacy and partnerships

We seek partnerships, collaborations to accelerate human development through innovations that strengthen systems for health and health financing.

   Led by Dr. Christoph Benn, the JLI Center for Global Health Diplomacy team focuses on developing sustainable health financing models and advocate to secure financial and political commitment from donors, governments and other parties.

Global health diplomacy uses interactions and negotiations with multiple stakeholders, including governments and civil society, multilateral agencies, private and public donors, to promote international health goals.

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A message from Dr Christoph Benn on World AIDS Day 2020

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World AIDS Day has been commemorated on December 1 since 1988 but this year is clearly a very special occasion given the dual pandemics of HIV and Sars-CoV-2. UNAIDS has…

Jonathan Glennie publishes book on The Future of Aid, Global Public Investment

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On November 30, Jonathan Glennie published his new book The Future of Aid, Global Public Investment. Jonathan has been engaged with the Joep Lange Institute as a Principal Associate and…